Monday, April 1, 2019

Etsy Beach Glass

Saturday in Pittsburgh was lovely and Sunday was, well, less than lovely! HA!

Saturday it was about 71 and sunny and then Sunday the temperature dropped drastically and it began to flurry! What?!? Yes, I am so over the snow at this point.

So I hunkered down and did not leave my condo for the entire day! HA!

I did get a lot done as far as cleaning and making new items for my Etsy store though.

Here are a few of the new creations for sale...

Framed flowers in vases



Jellyfish


Sea Turtle


Gone Fishing


Bikini's on the Line


All of the pictures above are made with genuine beach glass that I personally found. Also, all are exactly as pictured. You will get the exact art you see in the listing with the exact frame shown.

I can also customize anything you want...just ask!

I hope everyone has a wonderful and blessed week! HUGS!


34 comments:

  1. It was cold here in Alabama as well Ann. It is 39 this morning with highs in the 50s. A true APRIL FOOL for us.:) Love your art....I always look for beach glass at the gulf but never find any!! It is so pretty.

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    1. Sounds exactly like or weather Arlene - LOL! Thank you for the compliment! I found a lot of it when I was visiting lake Michigan every day and a lot in Canada and New Jersey too! Have a great day!

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  2. Love those - Im going to take a look at your etsy shop!

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    1. Thank you! Stop in anytime Vicki!!! Have a fantastic day!

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  3. It's getting warm during the day here, but the nights are very cold. Spring is finally here.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

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    1. I wish Spring were here too Sandee - pretty soon I hope! Enjoy those wartm days - I am jealous!!! Have a great day!

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  4. What adorable pieces you have, I love how you've incorporated a scene into them. I looooove beach glass and so did my mother in law; she would always put together vases just full of the glass and it was beautiful. :)

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    1. Than you Lindsay! I had a bunch of jars full that I collected while working in Michigan at Lank Erie and then more from Canada so I figured I woudl try to make something artful with them! I love the vases filled with it also though! Have a great day! Hugs

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  5. Early Spring in the Midwest is SO hard to predict! We were back to winter coats yesterday, too.

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    1. Right?!?! I agree! I had no coat one day and then back tot he winter puffer!!! LOL! Have a great day Kathy!

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  6. The beach glass artworks are lovely! You are very talented.

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    1. Thank you Debby - it is so fun for me to create! I wish I could make enough money at it to call it income and quit my day job! LOL! Have a great week!

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  7. OK - how fun is this! So artistic... & I love you taking such cool finds & making them even more beautiful.
    I love the laundry line!!!

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    1. Thanks Rebecca Jo! It is so much fun to make also! Thanks for the compliments and for coming by! Have a fantastic week!

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  8. Your artwork looks lovely :)

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    1. Thank you so very much Wendy! I appreciate the kind words! I hope you have a great day!

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  9. The beach glass art is so beautiful. Where did you find such big pieces of beach glass?
    Thanks for linking up with Hello Monday! Tanya - The Other Side of the Road

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    1. The glass came from all over Tanya. I collected a lot from New Jersey but collected the vast majority when I was traveling and walked the beaches at night. It is from Canada and Lake Michigan - so a lot is from the great lakes. Have a great day!

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  10. What beautiful pieces you have created with beach glass! I hope you have a wonderful week.

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    1. Thank you Robin! Yes, I was able to collect a lot when I was traveling and just wanted to put it to good use! Have a good day!

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  11. We had the same thing here. It was warm Saturday and Sunday I woke up to snow. I couldn't stay home though since I had to go to work.
    You had a productive day

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    1. Sorry you did not score a PJ day on Sunday like I did! It was wonderful to sit around and play with sea glass in jammies! I hope you get a day off soon! Hugs! Have a fantastic week Ann!

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  12. Your sea glass art is so fun!! Hope your weather settles down and warms up for you!!

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    1. Thank you Terri! Enjoy your weather - I miss it so much since leaving last week - LOL! Spring will be here soon I hope! Hugs to you and Joe! Have a great week!

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  13. I adore beach glass - your work is great!!

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  14. How clever you are! I especially like the wee bikinis. :) (Here in Alabama I'm all about rustic/southwest … but will send a link to my beach-loving g'daughter.)

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    1. Nice! Thanks for the compliments and sending them on too. Have a fantastic day!

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  15. Very nice. Looks like you were busy. The weather in the Bay Area was nice but the deary rain has returned.

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    1. Same here again today Patrick! Ready for some sunshine!!! Thank for the compliment!

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  16. Nice! I love how simple yet sparkling they are - great way to make use of beach glass! And a nice way to spend a "rainy" day.

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    1. I love them too Abby! Thank you! It is so much fun to make them also; I wish it could be my "real job"! HA!

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